Unsubscribing- Mr Lim + other unsubscribers N O T E W E L L

Richard (global@dircon.co.uk)
Fri, 19 Jan 1996 18:40:08 +0000

Mr Lim and senders of *Unsubscribe* Messages now hear this....

P L E A S E do us all a favour and learn some manners.....you (Mr Lim)
complain about too many messages to the list....what do u think lists are
for ..why messages of course..and what has your wrongly posted message
done..why added another message...the proportion of unsusbcribe message of
this list is bizarre...u guys droppin' acid or somefink and can't read or

when u got the list u got a message with your subscription telling you how
to post to the list and how to unsubscribe..did u throw that message
away...tut tuttttt...
P L E A S E D O N O T D O T H A T I N F U T U R E .
...*keep it* safe.....
...then u will know how to unsubscribe from any lists u may join in the future..

I am tempted to hope you'll be left on this list eternally as punishment for
your rudeness and arrogance..but being of Christian persuasion I forgive
you and here is the file ....

Don't do it again....


In rebuke



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